Arts & Entertainment

Sculptor Finds Beauty in Mathi
|| 0:00:00
X
Susan Logue
November 30, 2012 1:27 PM
Mathematics has always played a key role in the arts. During Europe's Renaissance, artists like Leonardo DaVinci recognized math's importance in painting and the ancient Greeks investigated musical scales in terms of numerical ratios. Today, math is an important component of digital graphics and animation. And for some artists, it is the inspiration and subject of their work. VOA's Susan Logue reports.

Sculptor Finds Beauty in Math

Susan Logue

Published November 30, 2012

Mathematics has always played a key role in the arts. During Europe's Renaissance, artists like Leonardo DaVinci recognized math's importance in painting and the ancient Greeks investigated musical scales in terms of numerical ratios. Today, math is an important component of digital graphics and animation. And for some artists, it is the inspiration and subject of their work. VOA's Susan Logue reports.


You May Like

Thailand's Political Power Struggle Continues

Court gave Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra until May 2 to prepare her defense over abuse of power charges but uncertainty remains over election timing More

Malaysia Plane Search Tests Limits of Ocean Mapping Technology

Expert tells VOA existing equipment’s maximum operating depth is around 6 kilometers as operation continues on ocean bed for any trace of MH370 More

Open Source Seeds Hit the Market, Raise Awareness

First open source seeds include 29 new varieties of broccoli, celery, kale, quinoa and other vegetables and grains More